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What You'll Get
Salt enhances flavor, preserves food, and wards off skateboarding teenagers with high blood pressure. Explore nature's most versatile compound with this Groupon.
$22 for One Salt-Therapy Session ($45 Value)
Over the course of each 45-minute therapy session, patients recline in zero-gravity chairs that support their spines as they inhale kosher salt-rich air and listen to calming music from the stereo. Visitors can read books, nap, or decide which type of potato they would probably be during the treatment. Although Salt Escape doesn't mandate a dress code, visitors must wear medical booties while in the salt room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 5, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24 hour cancellation notice required. Valid for ages 2 and up. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Salt Escape
The crunch of salt under foot. Soothing strains of spa music. The taste of salt on the lips. These sensations enrapture visitors to Salt Escape's halo-therapy chambers. Claiming accolades from CBS DFW and NBC DFW, experts have designed sterilized chambers to mimic the conditions of ancient salt caves once thought to grant healing properties. Between walls, floors, and ceilings coated in a layer of negative-ionized natural rock salt, Salt Escape works to create a spa environment filled with toys, café tables, and a stereo system to soothe adults and children more effectively than a night-light covered in honey. Halo-generators fill the air with controlled bursts of crushed salt, which generates a microclimate and assuages respiratory and skin conditions. To facilitate comfortable treatment sessions, staff members beckon visitors to recline in zero-gravity chairs, which cradle spines to neutralize the effects of gravity and recent rugby tournaments.